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Viral suppression within three months of HIV diagnosis should be a policy target, NYC officials say

An undetectable viral load within three months of HIV diagnosis should be added as a target to the US National HIV/AIDS Strategy, public health officials from New York City argue in The Journal of Infectious Diseases. They showed that improvement in this target is feasible, with the proportion of people virally suppressed within three months… Read More »

A conversation about Health Policy with Elizabeth Rosenthal

By SAURABH JHA, MD The acclaimed author of “An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back” physician, and now Editor-in-Chief of Kaiser Health News, Dr. Elizabeth Rosenthal speaks to me about health policy and how it has changed over time. Listen to our conversation at Radiology Firing Line Podcast. About… Read More »